Mumbai: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducted the National Eligibility-cum- Entrance Test (NEET) 2018 today on Sunday May 06, 2018 without any major controversy, and thankfully so far without any report of leak. Physics hard, Biology easy The examination centre witnessed unruly scenes as parents rushed and pushed to receive children appearing for NEET even as they were busy writing their exams. "Most questions were directly asked from National Council of Educational Research and Training books and were concept based", Rajshekhar said. "After his son left for the exam, Krishnasamy had to be taken to the hospital, where he later died", Krishnasamy's friend told The Indian Express. About 75,000 students appeared for the exams in Gujarat.
After declaration of results for the single common entrance exam for admission to MBBS and BDS courses in the Medical Council of India and Dental Council of India-approved colleges, the data will be passed on to the health ministry, which will coordinate the counseling with respective states for admissions.
Mangaluru: The physics paper written by over 13 lakh candidates was tough, but the overall examination was much easier than the previous year, as per the analysis of academicians. The students shared that most of the questions were direct and to-the-point from the NCERT books. Amid this chaos, anxious aspirants complained of a tough physics as compared to Biology, which most claimed was a cakewalk. "Questions in Physics were calculation-based so it takes extra time; while in Botany, the questions were conceptual". Some students said Botany paper was tough and some said Physics paper lengthy. "Else the paper was good". Pankaj Patel, a NEET tutor said, "The Biology paper was easy while students found Chemistry moderate as there were questions that required a lot of thinking".
Many students from Tamil Nadu were also allotted centres in Rajasthan. "Disgusting images of students being made to go through security procedure, but aren't the students made aware of the rules before they appear for the NEET exam", she wrote on Twitter.
However, the debate over "frisking" or checking of students before they entered exam centers is fiercer this year with angry reactions from students are parents raining on Twitter and other social media platforms. Admit cards were also checked before allowing entry in exam hall.